"The lovely Morgan Meadows, who not so long ago wowed the Richmond crowd with her performance in "bare: a pop opera,
lends [her] powerful voice and stage presence, raising the bar and challenging new levels of excellence."
-Richmond Times Dispatch, Life Could Be A Dream
This is not the first time I have seen Meadows perform and I hope it’s not the last. Meadows has such beautiful clarity in her
sound, there is a soulful sweetness to her style that is very endearing."
-GayRVA, Life Could Be A Dream
"The most heart-felt dramatic moments are saved for Morgan Meadows as Ivy. Meadows tears were so genuine and
clearly came straight from her heart."
-ShowBiz Radio, bare: a pop opera
"The best singing of the night was Meadows. Now she could sing me the yellow pages . . .or a
Christmas Eve special Conrad’s Box catalogue."
-GayRVA, We Three Lizas
"...But the standout performance comes in the form of Morgan Meadows' Crissy. Her beautiful vocals are complemented by a
fantastic performance when [the] guitarist joins her onstage for a beautifully stripped down rendition of 'Frank Mills.
-Broadway World, HAIR
"... a cast full of comedians, all gifted at improv, physical comedy, verbal whimsy, and general nuttiness... Meadows does a show-stopping monologue in which she mimics her character’s father." -5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche, DC Metro Theatre
"Morgan Meadows is splendid as Marion, her Irish classmate and close confidant, a character whose pivotal turn in the third scene proves instrumental to the play's success." -Bradenton Times, Dike
Miss Meadows portrayed Marion as the playful Irish ... She also added lightheartedness to this play and rounded off Rachel's character with her sweet, living life to its fullest, disposition." -Broadway World, Dike
Flanked by a powerhouse trio of goth glam women who do everything from the Andrew’s Sisters and a drag number to Italian arias— Terry shepherds us through storytelling, theater, and song on an absurdist Lynchian dive..."
-Jennifer Cayer of CultureBot NYC, Jupiter's Lifeless Moons
"I found myself repeatedly drawn to the emotional power and the expressiveness Morgan Meadows' face exudes every time she is on stage."